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Arts Festival live video: NZ String Quartet – Beethoven!

Arts Festival live video: NZ String Quartet – Beethoven! 25 & 26 February 2012


The webcast of the New Zealand String Quartet, Beethoven Programme #1. The webcast is on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 February and is a part of the complete Beethoven Cycle of quartets to be performed by the New Zealand String Quartet in 2012.

Concert 1 – 6pm Saturday 25 February String Quartets, Opus 18 Nos. 3, 2, 1
Concert 2 – 7.30pm Sunday 26 February String Quartets, Opus 18 Nos. 4, 5, 6

Streaming courtesy of r2.co.nz. Alternative bit rates and a link for mobile devices can be found via the r2 page for the NZSQ Beethoven! performances.

More info:
Press release: Beethoven! The Age of Enlightenment
NZ String Quartet website

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